Welcome to the 2024 IATSE Human and Civil Rights Equity 21-Day Habit Forming Challenge. This is the fourth version of the challenge offered by the IATSE. These challenges offer a path to learn, discern, discuss, and take actions that promote curiosity, understanding and action that reflect our union values for all in our communities.
The original 21-day challenge was created by Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. www.americaandmoore.com/21-day-re-challenges. During the challenge, participants read, listen, observe, or watch something every day for 21 consecutive days to further their understanding of history, context, expression, and experience. The structure is designed for individual learning, but when many union members take the challenge together, we become a stronger, more powerful Alliance. Occasionally certain articles may be restricted to subscribers, but there is always at least one free offering for each day. This version of the 21-Day Challenge uses an intersectional lens to offer the opportunity to IATSE members to expand their understanding of equity beyond particular identities to the richness of all that we are in the human family.
IATSE’s previous 21-Day Challenges laid the groundwork for learning about racial justice, and we have built this collection from that foundation. If you have not experienced the previous versions, you can mesh the lists to create a challenge that suits you and your group. Download the previous challenges from the Education section of the IATSE website at iatse.net/education/#resources.
At the end of this challenge is a link to the IATSE Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging LinkedIn Learning Course Collection, a list of recommended LIL courses for IATSE leaders and members, which is curated by the IATSE Education and Training Department. If you do not have a LinkedIn Learning membership, please click to apply for your free access https://www.iatsetrainingtrust.org/lil.